Day-Off Movement for Foreign Domestic Workers

Singapore has faced criticism of the inadequate protection of labour rights of its large populations of migrant workers – a significant demographic of whom are foreign domestic workers. The movement, which sought to legislate a mandatory day-off per week for foreign domestic workers succeeded in mobilising public and political support, contributing to the inclusion of a mandatory day-off in the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act in 2013.

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